Oistrakh


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Oistrakh

1. David . 1908--74, Russian violinist
2. his son, Igor . born 1931, Russian violinist
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Oistrakh Symphony of Chicago (OSC) is led by its founder Maestro Zikri, who was recently appointed as Music Director of Northbrook Symphony and also serves as Resident Conductor of the Lira Ensemble.
3 No forgetting name of Moore's French recruit Et Moi Alors, well regarded by trainer Gary Moore, makes his debut against five rivals, including previous winners Nayati and Oistrakh Le Noir, in the opener, the Horse Comes First Juvenile Hurdle (12.40).
He had launched Renata Tebaldi on his return to La Scala in 1946, and he very much admired David Oistrakh and Kathleen Ferrier ("that divine voice"), while in 1951 he had this to say: "I find this Callas woman very good, a beautiful voice and an interesting artist, but her diction is unintelligible.
Renowned Russian violinist David Oistrakh is said to have implored Shostakovich to give the opening of the finale of his Violin Concerto No 1 to the orchestra to allow him an opportunity to "at least wipe the sweat from my brow."
The reader encounters three of the most important composers and interpreters of the Soviet Union: Dmitrii Shostakovich, the violinist David Oistrakh, and the pianist Sviatoslav Richter.
A mix of Charlie Chaplin, the Marx Brothers, Victor Borge and Monty Python, with some Glenn Gould and David Oistrakh, the duo Igudesman & Joo have charmed audiences of all ages worldwide.
The dedicatee, Mikhail Fikhtengol'ts, was of the same generation as David Oistrakh, both world-class soloists.
The careers of violin virtuosi such as Jascha Heifetz, David Oistrakh, and Itzhak Perlman are chronicled in well crafted documentaries.
Answer: David Oistrakh (the late Soviet classical violinist).
In 1935, the great violinist David Oistrakh returned from Warsaw as second-place winner in the Wieniawski competition, the first modern 'violin Olympics.' In 1937, he returned from Brussels as first-place winner of the first Queen Elisabeth competition, the gold standard of international tournaments ever since.
Supraphon continues to pursue its successful Russian Masters series, within which to date the label has released valuable studio and live recordings of the leading Soviet instrumentalists Kogan, Oistrakh, Richter and Rostropovich, to whom it has dedicated the most recent two-disc album, containing four recordings of Shostakovich's cello pieces.
The orchestra is also cherished for its collaborations with famous soloists, from Yehudi Menuhin, David Oistrakh, Pablo Casals, Wilhelm Kempff, and Clara Haskil to contemporary stars such as Anne-Sophie Mutter, Viktoria Mullova, Leonidas Kavakos, James Galway, Mischa Maisky, Helene Grimaud and Arabella Steinbacher.